It is said that in the Ming Dynasty, there was an imperial historian named Xie Mingyun Qu, who was originally from Taiyuan, Shanxi Province. He was honest and upright, and dared to be brave and outspoken. Every year, he was ordered by the emperor to inspect all over the country and investigate the political achievements of the officials. He had impeachment and meritorious deeds, but he did not abide by private affairs or flattery. When Xie Gong was nearly 40 years old, his wife gave birth to a son for him, so she took great care of him. As expected, the Dragon gave birth to the dragon, and the Phoenix gave birth to the Phoenix. His son, Tingyu, was also very clever. He was able to cope with people at the age of five. He entered the school at the age of seven, and took the children’s examination at the age of twelve. He was a man of extraordinary literary talent and made a great success.